She had been talking to a guy she works with since she started working there. At first she complained about him. Then gradually started talking about him more often. She has always had more guy friends then girl friends. Whenever I questioned her about if she liked him or was interested in him as more than a friend she always said no. Towards the end of the relationship, before I found out she had cheated with him, when I questioned her about her relationship with him she accused me of not being secure with our relationship. A few days later is when I overheard her say she had cheated with her coworker when I was out of town.
- I should have broken up when I felt we were drifting apart.Vote A
- I did right to wait until I found out she was interested in someone else.Vote B
Most Helpful Girl
It doesn't matter when you did it, you made the right choice after you found out. Now move on with your life1
Most Helpful Guy
Screw what @akadatank44 said. You did a wise thing by hanging on, running away from it just makes you look like a pussy. Yes it hurts but its very mature of you to stick it out to the very end especially if she was special to you. But of course if a red flag comes up like that again in another relationship you gotta jump on that and be more assertive you're only going to get that assertiveness from situations like this. Life gets better.0